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Old 10-18-2006, 12:20 AM #1
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Angel grips on an Interceptor?

Will it work? I'm not sure how the holes line up but going from the 90*--->85* will aftermarket Angel 90* grips work or how hard do you think it would be to mod some 45 hybrid grips to sit on the Interceptor. I think I might try once I get mine.



PS seeing as I'm buying my Interceptor used, what kind of lube should I be using in certain areas?
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Old 10-18-2006, 07:34 AM #2
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45 pannels work on ceptors. Angel grips do not. They are too tall and have different screw patterns.

All you need to do is drop some oil on your ram and dry fire a couple shots. another way to do it is to drop 3-4 drops of oil into your tank asa and dryfire it through the gun. But only use oil like AKA extreme oil for that. We've been testing it for a few months, and, though it's against warranty or whatnot, it works and has had no side effects
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Old 10-18-2006, 08:51 PM #3
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Any o-rings on the bolts that have to get lubed?
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Old 10-18-2006, 08:55 PM #4
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nope, no orings on the 06 bolts. not sure on the 05's
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Old 10-22-2006, 12:29 AM #5
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Which are the easist style grips to use on the Ceptor, I'm guessing probably Shocker style, and how well do the holes line up for the screws?
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Any 2 hole 45* grips
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ruschin, deffinetly use AKA lube, its the best for aliens. i know it is hard to come by for most people, so a while back i bought a bunch of them to sell to alien users. if you are interested in buying a thing of it, i sell it for a little more than what i payed, but not much, PM me

and on the grips, i dont see why everyone wants to replace theirs. i love the metal grips, and you couldnt pay me to switch (well maybe, but only because im a broke *****)

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ruschin, deffinetly use AKA lube, its the best for aliens. i know it is hard to come by for most people, so a while back i bought a bunch of them to sell to alien users. if you are interested in buying a thing of it, i sell it for a little more than what i payed, but not much, PM me

and on the grips, i dont see why everyone wants to replace theirs. i love the metal grips, and you couldnt pay me to switch (well maybe, but only because im a broke *****)

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touche, touche. i have only seen it for sale at compulsive, and shipping is a pain if thats all your buying. nice find

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Old 10-22-2006, 09:20 PM #10
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What about for grease with the HPR and LPR. "Mookies Urban Gun Goo" has anyone used this stuff before and would it be good to use on the reg's orings and such?http://www.tagsportz.com/products/lubricants.html. I'm out of dow and that site sells the KC Trouble free so if anyone knows anything about that grease let me know cause i could just order both at the same time. Or what about Hater sauce?
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Old 10-22-2006, 09:25 PM #11
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if the ******* i was driving to nppl boston hadnt taken my hater sauce i could tell ya about it, but he did, and he also never paid me the 30+ dollars he owed me for gas, parking, and food. but hey, thats another story, and a sour subject. i think hater is ok for the reg and such, but i would just stick to oil for the gun. i believe shocker lube works too

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